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Journalists call on the Rafidain Bank to issue a [MasterCard] card to them

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Journalists call on the Rafidain Bank to issue a [MasterCard] card to them

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Journalists call on the Rafidain Bank to issue a [MasterCard] card to them

2017/12/13 11:46

Journalists call on the Rafidain Bank to issue a MasterCard card to them

[Ayna-Baghdad]
appealed to journalists and media Rafidain Bank, to issue a card [Master Card] one of the international payment tools to them.
The journalists told the agency of all Iraq [where], that "Rafidain Bank, and as we are ready to provide multiple services to the various segments of society, we appeal todayto issue a card [master card] for media professionals to provide banking facilities to them, especially that they traveled many in and outside Iraq, The card in the freedom of financial circulation in banks and ATM windows. "
"This international card also helps them settle their salaries in private and government banks, including Rafidain itself, which cut paperwork and avoid the risk of carrying money."
The Rafidain Bank, announced on 11 October last, the issuance of one of the electronic payment tools card [master card] international staff, retirees, citizens and other segments of society.
"The bank has for the first time instructed its branches to issue electronic payment tools (MasterCard), which are used inside and outside Iraq," the bank's information office said in a statement. "This will be acceptable in all ATMs connected to the MasterCard network, Sale ".
He added that "advances and loans granted to employees through these cards and settle their salaries electronically."
The Rafidain Bank announced on October 8, the development of banking in a step to reach the comprehensive banking system like the countries of the civilized world.

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